WebFLIS (Federal Logistics Information System Web Inquiry)
DAU GLOSSARY DEFINITION
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) online Federal Logistics Information System Web Inquiry (WebFLIS). The Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) forms the foundation for all logistics information systems and data elements of the National Stock Number (NSN)
DLA Information Operations (J6) WebFLIS information site.
WebFLIS, managed by DLA Information Operations (J6), is a Logistics Information Services capability, providing essential information about supply items including the National Stock Number, the item name, manufacturers and suppliers (including part numbers), through a web interface connected to FLIS data. This information is primarily used by DLA, military services, and United States Government sponsored contractors doing business with the U.S. Government.
WebFLIS provides access to information essential for all logisticians - from engineers designing new weapons systems to property managers’disposal of items. WebFLIS users have access to the standard logistics information system in the Federal Government - the Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS). FLIS forms the foundation for all logistics information systems and data elements of the National Stock Number (NSN). It is the catalog of more than sixteen million (7.4M active) Supply Items. WebFLIS provides users with historical data on a NSN, both active and inactive. WebFLIS is a resourceful tool when trying to identify older supply items in order to turn into DLA Disposition Services for the appropriate demilitarization.
Account Establishment - Users of WebFLIS must register through the DLA Account Management and Provisioning System (AMPS) and must have one of the following: (1) DOD Common Access Card (CAC), (2) External Certificate Authority (ECA), (3) Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA), or (4) Personal Identity Verification (PIV).
WebFLIS Benefits - One of the biggest benefits of WebFLIS is that it provides logistics information not just for DoD, but for the entire federal government. The system is updated multiple times a day, making WebFLIS information more current than what might be found on commercial websites. Logistics professionals rely on accurate information from official data sources to ensure warfighters have the supplies they need to complete their mission.
WebFLIS Features and Highlights
- Advanced Characteristics query with Item Name Keyword(s), Item Name Codes, Master Requirements Codes and Decoded Characteristics data
- Weapon Systems query including Weapon System Designator Code, Weapon System Keyword(s), Weapon System Essentiality Code and Weapon System Group Code
- Basic Characteristics and Medical queries
- DLA managed Bill of Materials (BOM) and Sets Kits and Outfits (SKO) queries
- Multiple NIIN/NSN and multiple Part Number queries up to 500
- Item Identification Data.
- Vendor and Part Number Data
- Shipping and Handling Data
WebFLIS Training – DLA offers training on how to use the application the target audience is DLA, military services, Other Government Agencies, and United States (U.S.) Government sponsored contractors doing business with the U.S. Government offering two types of delivery Methods:
- Classroom Instruction (8 Hours)
- Webinar (2 Hours)
WebFLIS Public Access - PUB LOG is a Logistics Information Services product intended for use by public entities requiring National Stock Number (NSN) information and other cataloging information including Federal Supply Classification (FSC) data and Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes.
PUB LOG delivers publicly releasable logistics information. It is an interactive product available for free downloads that are updated monthly. It can be installed on users' workstations or local area network (LAN) using Integrated Mobile Database (IMD) software, integrating multiple database sources. These databases are mastered together into a single cohesive product.
Downloads are available to:
- The United States government
- Foreign Military Sales
- Other foreign national customers
- The private sector